My husband and I stayed one night in this delightful hotel. It takes you back to days long gone. We did not have the opportunity to eat any of their home made meals since we arrived too late and had to leave at dawn, but there was coffee right outside our room to take with us. Would definitely recommend if you are looking for a hotel from the past.
My wife and I just took a chance on this hotel. My sister had just passed and we needed a place to go for awhile. When we first got there we were a little suspect, but once we met dennis and debbie we just felt at home. It wasn't just the great food but the way they treated you. We both spent hours talking with Deb sharing thoughts and life concerns. What wonderful people and what a great stay.
My husband and I stayed one night in the honeymoon suite on a spur-of-the-moment Anniversary trip. We ate supper, breakfast, did the mineral bath and massage. This was the first time we stayed in a B&B. The place is old and has antiques everywhere and the smell of the mineral water is apparent. They do a great job with it. The house is charming, but the people are the wonderful thing about this place. The mineral bath was relaxing. It was probably the best massage I’ve ever had. Belinda was the therapist and we both really loved her. The nice robes are great. At first I thought it was funny to be able to walk through the B&B wearing a robe, but everyone one is so laid back and everything so comfortable, I quickly realized there was nothing taboo about it. It was neat to have a family style breakfast with other travelers. The breakfast was unbelievable. It was a big southern breakfast and could not have been better. We had told them it was our anniversary so they prepared a special supper table for us and made it romantic. They made us feel like it’s their pleasure to go above and beyond to pamper and make us feel special. There were so many thoughtful details from hot tea and coffee in the upstairs hall to the happy Anniversary note under the door. I think normally supper is family style too. The food was absolutely delicious. I couldn’t believe everything they served us. They really made us feel at home. The grounds are nice too. We spend some time on the upper deck on the porch swing and it was very pleasant. The deck was just outside our room. We had a tv, shower, bath, two sinks and two toilets in our room and I mean right in our room. Everything is very old-timey and I liked it. They have WiFi, but it did not pick up well in the evening. But that’s fine. This is a place where it feels good to unplug. I loved our stay here. It was just one night, but the restfulness and peace I felt afterward felt as if we had been on a week’s vacation. It was a definitely a memorable and special place to visit and get some much needed r&r. …
Stayed in the honeymoon suite on the night before July 4th this year, after some hard work moving furniture and such in the heat in my nearby hometown, which was also emotionally draining because it was items belonging to my father who passed earlier this year. Got in late but they waited up for me. The room was clean and so peaceful. Bathed in the ironclaw tub, relaxed and watched TV a while, great night's sleep. Breakfast was simple but filling and delicious. An hour on the second-story swing on the porch, watching the small creek flow and butterflies and birds, and the all of three vehicles that passed on the quiet Main Street...looking forward to getting back. Good for the soul.
My friend and I stayed at the Armour while attending A Southern Marketplace Barn Sale near the historic town of Red Boiling Springs. We found that the hotel gave us the feeling of stepping back into the past. We loved the attention the owners gave to making it a great experience. Everything was very, very clean. The steak dinner on the night of our arrival was delicious. Breakfast was equally as good, so we were stuffed! We took our coffee onto the upper veranda and enjoyed checking our email from the spacious covered porch. The owners, Debra and Dennis, are as accommodating as any innkeepers could possibly be. There is another A Southern Marketplace Barn Sale set for October 18 & 19, 2018, so we hope to go back and perhaps take some more of our friends to stay at the Armour.